Teach yourself Linux in 24 hours

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Sams Pub., 1998 - Computers - 380 pages
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"Teach Yourself Linux in 24 Hours" is a tutorial aimed at making the Linux beginner more effective and productive users of the operating system.

Most books in this category are more of a general reference in nature and are designed to cover Linux in general. Well, every Linux distribution is different - file locations can change, commands can be a little different, etc. This means the readers of those books may not find answers specific to their installation.

This book will use the effective Teach Yourself format to instruct the reader how to: install the operating system, configure their hardware, and effectively use the tools that come with the Red Hat distribution included on the CD.

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Installing Linux
Configuring the X Window System
Learning Linux Basics

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Ball is a technical writer

Smoogen is currently a technical support engineer at Red Hat Software, Inc.

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